This Restaurant In Texas Is Putting Up The Funniest Signs Ever – Design You Trust

This Restaurant In Texas Is Putting Up The Funniest Signs Ever

El Arroyo is a pretty well-known Tex-Mex restaurant in Austin, Texas, but they aren’t famous just for their food. What really puts El Arroyo on the map is their brilliant sign which is changed on a daily basis.

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